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Representing an industry partnership between the NZ Institute of Building (NZIOB) and the BIMinNZ Steering Group we proudly invite you to attend a compelling one-day conference, Building our Digital Community, 23 March 2023, at Te Papa in Wellington
The view is that Building Information Modelling or BIM is a leading tool to enhance productivity levels in the sector. The inaugural BIMinNZ Conference in 2019 drew an impressive audience of 270 digitally-minded attendees and was considered a great success.
This is the second in the digitally-focused series and will deliver a programme that is envisaged and delivered by industry – for industry.
The overarching theme of “Building our Digital Community”, encompasses the full construction supply chain.
This theme is underpinned by showcasing New Zealand construction projects, presented by the clients, contractors and consultants who designed and delivered them.
The common thread amongst these projects is the use of digital tools and techniques including BIM plus other construction technologies to deliver better built outcomes.
The conference will not only provide relevant and awe-inspiring examples of where digital community building sits within the project environment, but also a forum where a wide range of digital users can meet, discuss and engage with some of the world’s and our country’s most dazzling digital innovators. The emphasis is on creating a culture where we are not individual leaders, but collective supporters for everyone’s project, and ultimately responsible for each other. A community.
The topics fall broadly into areas of Productivity, Risk-Mitigation, and Sustainability, with projects including:
The project showcases will be introduced by MC Petra Bagust followed by Opening International Digital Expert Keynote Amy Marks and rounded out with a presentation by Melissa Clark-Reynolds, ONZM.
Programme is subject to change DOWNLOAD PDF to view more details.
CPD Credits: 10
|8:30am - 8:45am||
Petra Bagust MC
Welcome, Miihi Whakatau + Scene Setting for the day ahead. Connect to Slido + line up your questions for the day.
|8:45am - 9:45am||
Opening International Digital Expert Keynote
Amy Marks Autodesk
A whirlwind global overview of how digital tools build community. Be inspired, motivated, + learn practical approaches from international best practice. Includes an audience Q+A session via Slido.
|9:45am - 10:30am||
Panel: Learning from Global Digital Insights - translating to local infrastructure projects
Andy Lyon Programme Director, Digital Engineering, KiwiRail
Keri Niven Digital Practice Lead, Aurecon
Presented by Jannat Maqbool VIEW PRESENTATION
Sean Audain Strategic Planning Manager, Wellington City Council
A series of Rapid-Fire Presentations followed by a Panel Interactive. Hear about how global digital influences are translated into local case studies, precedents + projects from NZ’s top infrastructure projects, including KiwiRail + Wellington City Council.
10:30am - 11:10am
Morning Break - Oceania Room
Amy Marks in the Conversation Corner with Autodesk Construction Cloud (10:45am)
|11:10am - 11:30am||
Focus: The Digital Engineering Journey of Watercare Enterprise Model
Farzam Farzadi Senior Associate - Digital Engineering Advisory, Beca
A focus presentation on the Watercare digital transformation journey. You will learn about the Watercare Enterprise Model (EM), a unique procurement method designed to improve collaboration and create a productive digital community. Hear about Watercare and Beca partnership and what a practical digital approach looks like for the infrastructure and water sectors.
|11:30am - 12:00pm||
Panel: Design, Construction + Digital Perspectives on Building our Digital Community across the Asset Lifecycle
Kylie Adamson Senior Associate, Project BIM Manager, Warren and Mahoney
Christian McCartney BIM & Technology Systems Lead, Hawkins
Presented by Kevin O'Neill VIEW PRESENTATION
A Series of Rapid-Fire Presentations followed by an Interactive Panel. Design, Construction + Digital roles discuss projects that reveal clues to how we can all shift from ‘BIM’ to ‘Better Information / Asset Management’ through Digital Engineering tools, tricks n’ tips.
|12:00pm - 12:30pm||
Keynote (online): Growing a Global Digital Community
Rebecca De Cicco Principal, Digital Engagement, Aurecon + Founder & Global Chair, Women in BIM
How the Importance of Diversity, Future Skills, + Knowledge for the Built Environment will impact all of us, today + in the future. Practical ways for growing a digital community in your workplace.
12:30pm - 2:00pm
Lunch Break - Oceania Room
2:00pm - 2:30pm
Focus: Design for Manufacture
Jae Warrander Director, Makers Architecture +
A Focus presentation on Design for Manufacture + Assembly (DfMA) in practice. Learn the importance of the design stage + digital interface in delivering digitally led manufacture projects.
2:30pm - 3:00pm
Conversation: Sustainable Outcomes in a Digital World
Emily Newmarch Ph.D Candidate, University of Wellington
Delivery Net-Zero: BIM enabled Carbon Calculation more
A Curated Conversation between two passionate sustainability thought leaders about the role of digital for future resilience. Topics include delivering net-zero through carbon calculation + adaptive reuse of materials.
3:00pm - 3:30pm
Afternoon Break - Oceania Room
Start ups and Not for Profits: XFrame, Mutu, HomeAR, BIMsafe and Ara | Te Pukenga BIM
In the Conversation Corner with Waihanga Ara Rau (3:15pm)
|3:30pm - 4:00pm||
Panel: Building our Digital Indigenous Community
Derek Kawiti Lecturer, Victoria University of Wellington (tbc)
A korero about what a digital community means through an indigenous lens. What does this mean for data sovereignty, ownership + futureproofing? Extend your awareness of how a cultural lens affects building a digital community in your practice + projects.
|4:00pm - 4:30pm||
Focus: Construction Sector Accord
Jane Henley Innovation Transformation Lead, Construction Sector Accord
Hear from the Construction Sector Accord about the interface between industry + government for protecting, safeguarding + growing our collaborative digital community in Aotearoa New Zealand.
|4:30pm - 5:15pm||
Summary: The Future of Construction
Pamela Bell Chief Everything Officer, NZ Institute of Building
|5:15pm - 5:30pm||
Dennis Burns BIMinNZ Chair
Rounding out the day + updating on next steps and critical dates ahead.
5:30pm - 7:00pm
Mix + Mingle - Oceania Room
Please join us we meet up with each other in real time + in real life - building a real digital community that you can carry with you in your projects going forward.
Read more here.
Amy Marks VP, Industrialized Construction & Queen of Prefab
Melissa Clark-Reynolds ONZM Futurist & Professional Director
MC: Petra Bagust Kaikōrero, broadcaster, host
Read more here. Further speakers will be announced soon.
|Adam Tindall Building Information Manager, Assemble||Andy Lyon Programme Director, Digital Engineering, KiwiRail|
|Christian McCartney BIM & Technology Systems Lead, Hawkins||Derek Kawiti Lecturer, Victoria University of Wellington|
|Emily Newmarch Ph.D Candidate, University of Wellington||Farzam Farzadi Senior Associate - Digital Engineering Advisory, Beca|
|Glen Stricot-Tarboton Makers Fabrication||Jae Warrander Director, Makers Architecture|
|Jane Henley Innovation Transformation Lead, Construction Sector Accord||Kaye Maree Dunn Kaiwhakahaere / Director, Making Everything Achievable|
|Keri Niven Digital Practice Lead, Aurecon||Kylie Adamson Senior Associate, Project BIM Manager, Warren + Mahoney|
|Rebecca De Cicco Principal, Digital Engagement, Aurecon + Founder & Global Chair, Women in BIM||Richard McIntosh General Manager of Major Projects and the Enterprise Model, Watercare Services Ltd|
|Sean Audain Strategic Planning Manager, Wellington City Council|| Whare Timu Principal + Cultural Advisor, Warren +
Museum of New Zealand | Te Papa Tongarewa
55 Cable Street
Information on getting to Te Papa
There are a number of accommodation options within close walking distance of Te Papa. Using Google search we found the following options here.
Dennis Burns Director, Archaus / Wellington (Conference Chair)
Andrew Field Principal – Asset & Digital Advisory, Beca / Wellington (Conference Co-Chair)
Jason Howden Principal – Digital Innovation Leader, Warren and Mahoney / Wellington
Glenn Jowett Technical Director – Digital Engineering Advisory, Beca / Christchurch
Melanie Tristram Associate Principal – Digital Delivery Lead, Jasmax/ Auckland
Richard Atkins Associate – Information Manager, Peddlethorp / Auckland
Pamela Bell Chief Everything Officer (CEO), NZIOB / Wellington
Raynor Redman Event Manager, NZIOB / Wellington